By Debbie Macomber

ISBN-10: 1459291204

ISBN-13: 9781459291201

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Come to 5-B Poppy Lane, the place you’ll meet Helen Shelton, her granddaughter Ruth, and Ruth’s husband, Paul. They’ll provide you with a cup of mulled cider and inform you the tale of ways Ruth and Paul met. And you’ll listen approximately Helen’s breathtaking adventures throughout the moment global War!

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No Place for Her Individual Adventure 19 In the obscurity she felt her head clasped by two hands: her face was drawn backward, and Harney’s lips were pressed on hers. With sudden vehemence he wound his arms about her, holding her head against his breast while she gave him back his kisses. An unknown Harney had revealed himself, a Harney who dominated her. (96–97) This scene signifies Wharton’s view of the heterosexual romance as inherently hierarchical. As soon as Charity and Harney become romantic, the power structure between them shifts, transforming him into the “unknown” and “dominant” Harney who reveals himself to Charity, and her into the submissive, accommodating Charity who reveals herself to the reader.

Royall not only threatens to make a “fallen woman” out of Charity; he threatens to make a terminally dependent woman out of her. Two subsequent threshold scenes reinforce the notion that the primary threat Charity faces is the loss of her independence. Unsuccessful in his attempts to possess Charity sexually, Royall tries in earnest to contain her desire through marriage. In the first scene, occurring on the threshold of his office, he iterates a proposal that sounds more like a command: “I want you to marry me,” he states twice, making “a hideous parody of the fatherly old man [Charity] had always known” (75).

Structurally and diegetically, the narrative searches almost obsessively for this causal beginning, the cause of the central character’s self-hatred and tragedy. This search is one without definitive completion. Indeed, the form and the content Introduction xxix of the story thrust readers outside of the text, to themselves, for an answer to the novel’s core question. Chapter 4 explores the circularity of Morrison’s Beloved, her attempts to signify the orality of African American culture, and the importance of narrative beginnings to this endeavor.

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